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Save up to 60% on Ring video doorbells and security cams in Amazon’s Prime Day sale

Keep an eye on your front door for less with these discounted cams

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There are bargains to be had for anyone looking to give their security setup a smart upgrade, with Ring reducing prices across the board as part of Amazon’s Prime Day sale.

Exclusive to Prime members, the deals are available through the end of 12 July. Not a subscriber? If you haven’t signed up in the last 12 months, you can claim a 30-day free trial of Prime in the UK here and in the US here.

USA: Ring Video Doorbell bundles reduced by up to 66%

In the USA, Amazon has bundled up a number of Ring Video Doorbells with its Echo Show smart displays. This is handy if you’re looking for an intelligent intercom setup: you can use the Echo Show to receive doorbell alerts, view a live feed from your doorbell and even talk to callers via the Show’s built-in microphones.

The biggest discount overall discount is on the Ring Video Doorbell , on sale together with an Echo Show (2nd gen). Usually priced at $190, Amazon has slashed the price to $65, a massive 66% saving.

Prefer a chime? The Ring Video Doorbell has also been bundled with the Ring Chime for $80, which represents a 41% saving over the usual $135 price of the bundle. Given that the Ring Video Doorbell is among our favourite video doorbells, this looks like a particularly good deal.

UK: Ring Video Doorbell Plus for £99.99 (38% off)

In the UK, Amazon has cut the cost of the Ring Video Doorbell Plus by a decent 38%. That reduces it by £60 from the typical asking price, to £99.99.

For that cash, you’re getting a cordless video doorbell that can stream 1536p footage from your doorstep to any device with the app installed. You can also receive alerts when motion is detected and talk directly to doorstep callers. And because it’s powered by a rechargeable battery, it’s simple to install – although you’ll need a monthly Ring Protect subscription to make the most of its features.

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